Update #6 ·

Update on the stray dogs' issue in Sarajevo, Bosnia

Posted on September 16, 2014

The Government of Canton Sarajevo has issued a decision ruling that the dog catching service of P. E. “Rad” be formed on 11th September, 2014, with the aim of removing aggressive, ill and elderly strays from the streets of Sarajevo, and “euthanising” them. 

This situation is illegal, it is against the constitution, it is a criminal offence. 

What will the restoration of this dog catching service mean for stray dogs and for citizens? 

Read more here: http://inmemoryofvucko.org/2014/09/16/stop-the-ki...


Posted on September 20, 2014

Stray Dogs of Sarajevo to be Killed in Election Ploy 

[…] the politicians decide, just before elections, to highlight an issue with dog bites and make a grand show of offering solutions by setting up a dog catching service and pouring funds into this service. In fact they have stated it will cost annually 680,000KM (340,000 Euros or 450,000 USD) to implement this service, and they have already allocated 88,000KM (45,000 Euros or 58,000 USD) for the cost of nine employees designated to this service, which includes a ‘hotline’ for citizens to report dog bites. 

Read more here: http://inmemoryofvucko.org/2014/09/20/stray-dogs-...

Here is the list of petitions to sign and share: http://inmemoryofvucko.org/petitions/

Please continue to spread the awareness of the fate of abandoned dogs in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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